No harm, no foul?
We’ve experienced a significant increase in sexual assault and harassment cases recently:
• The member of a golf club committee that asked a waitress who was offering him a lift home if she was offering to give him a “little sex”
• The bar manager that complained about female bra straps always falling down employees’ arms and then pushed them up an 18-year-old’s arm and under her t-shirt for her.
• The 18-year-old trainee who was being shown the beer barrels down in the cellar when the bar manager said, “You know, no one would hear you if you screamed in here”.
• The bar manager, who, when asked what time he finished his shift by the new trainee, said, “Are you asking how I get off?”
The defence of all of these?